The WHO Country Office in Romania was established in January 1991 in Bucharest in order to carry out a series of priority activities. These activities consisted of drug supply and rehabilitation of medical equipment, primary health care, and mother and child care which includes family planning, nursing, mental health, and AIDS. Today the Country Office’s main objective is to support the Ministry of Health and Romanian Government in developing health policy and improving the health of the population. The Office is the focal point for WHO activities in Romania and includes 3 staff members.
Top storyPresident of Romania underscores importance of taking action on environment and health during high-level policy dialogue
During a recent workshop and policy dialogue in Romania, high-level participants emphasized the growing importance of health in all policies and stressed the urgency of taking action in many areas of environment and health for the benefit of present and future generations.
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WHO Country Office, Romania
United Nations House
Primaverii Street 48A
Tel.: +40 212017888, +40 731702886
Fax: +40 212017889
Ministry of health
Ministry of Health
Intr. Cristian Popişteanu, Nr. 1-3, Sector 1
Fax: +40 21 312 4916
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